Owen Lawry is days away from leaving Gansett Island to attend the trial of his father, who is charged with assaulting his mother almost a year ago. He has spent his entire adult life trying to outrun his violent past, but the upcoming showdown with the father he hasn't seen in more than a decade has him spending far more time in the past than in the present. His biggest challenge is convincing his pregnant fiancée, Laura McCarthy, to sit out the trip. The last thing he wants is to expose the woman he loves to the pain of his past.
Laura is determined to stand by Owen's side throughout the trial and into the life they have planned together. The trial and her final divorce papers are the only things standing between them and the wedding they have looked forward to all year. Can she convince Owen to let her in and allow her to help him through this difficult time? And what will become of the man she loves if his father walks free?
As Owen and Laura prepare for the emotional battle with his father, his mother, Sarah, finally comes clean about her violent marriage with Charlie Grandchamp, the man who has been her friend and companion for months now. How will Charlie react to hearing Sarah's secrets, and will their relationship move forward now that he finally knows the truth about why she can't bear to let him touch her?
Catch up with all your favorite Gansett Island characters from the past 10 and a half books and meet several new characters, including some McCarthy cousins on the island for Laura and Owen's wedding, who will be featured in future books.
WhileGansett After Darkcould be read as a standalone story, listeners will enjoy it more if they have heard the rest of the McCarthys of Gansett Island Series, particularly book 6,Season for Love.
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I suffered through because I like the series but it was torture. This is the first book in the series I've listened to and the narrator is just terrible. The story also just didn't compare to the other books in the series, although my opinion could be tainted by the fact that the narrator is so bad. I understand she narrated the entire series. How do/did people stand it????
Her voice is too high pitched to begin with. Her voices didn't match the female characters' personalities. Her transitions were poor.
Get another narrator, please!
To tell you the truth I could not tell you what was disappointing about "Gansett After Dark." The narrator was so annoying and so bad that I could not get through Chapter One.
I look forward to Marie Force's books and I have always bragged about her. I am worried that she will loose some of her loyal followers if she continues with the same narrator.
I so enjoy listening to Therese Plummer reading Robyn Carr novels, Eva Kaminsky rearing Bella Andre and Marie Force novels and the usual narrator girls Suzanne Brockmann Troubleshootrer series.
I could not finish chapter one.
love to read
Love this family! So nice to see them all continue to grow and thrive. The curves just keep coming!
Another sequel that draws you in to the end and leaves you wishing for. Can't wait for the next chapter in the lives on Gansett Island 😊
I love contemporary romance novels!
Audio is better all the way! There are so many funny things that happen in the book and the narrator's always inflect the true meaning of the spirit.
Well I love Owen and Laura from the start to see them grow and nurture each other and be supportive with each other just feels good.
I hope Marie continues this series because I felt the last part was a little unfinished for me with the discovery of the love child. I would like to see that explored with her discovering siblings, and a parent and a step parent and of course she should find love too! Everyone does on Gansett. I thought I heard that the cousins were getting there own story too but i don't know? The direction of the story seemed to hint at that but that doesn't seem so the way it ended. The book ended a little unfinished which is ironic for as big as the series was.
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